The U.S IT-giant RSA, which is behind most of these boxes and codes, provides an obsolate and unsafe system putting cyber security at risk for over 50 million users worldwide, writes David Söderlund, CEO of IT company Giritech.
In March this year, RSA was exposed to a hacker attack in which information about their login services SecurID was stolen. In the first phase, the RSA company went into denial, and refused to acknowledge what had happen, albeit some admitting guilt but only in carefully selected parts. Only selected customers got ot know more - on condition that they signed a confidentiality agreement.
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